Sexual Assault Prevention is a separate course that focuses on issues associated with stalking, interpersonal violence, and sexual assault. It helps you learn about consent, how to help a friend and how to safely intervene in a potentially dangerous situation. All students admitted to CSU, regardless of age or online status, are required to complete this course.
We recognize the college experience is more than academics. The people you live with, social interactions and co-curricular activities all play an important role in shaping your time on campus. Our goal is to ensure that all CSU students have positive and safe educational and social experiences.
The Sexual Assault Prevention program is part of CSU’s comprehensive approach to sexual assault education. This program provides a clear understanding of consent. It will also provide you with our campus expectations, which are designed to foster a safe place to live and learn.
The Sexual Assault Prevention program has two parts. Part 1 takes approximately an hour to complete. The program does not require a passing score, but you must complete all modules. An incomplete program will result in a registration hold until the program is completed. The deadline for the program is the first day of classes of your entry term (i.e. Fall, Spring). If it is not completed by the deadline, registration hold(s) will be placed on your account. Once Part 1 of the course is completed, your hold will be removed.
You will receive an e-mail invite for Part 2 of the course six weeks after completing Part 1.
The deadline to complete Part 1 of the course is the first day of classes of your entry term (i.e. Fall, Spring). If it is not completed by the deadline, registration hold(s) will be placed on your account. Once Part 1 of the course is completed, your hold will be removed.
You cannot access Part 2 of the course until approximately six weeks after you complete Part 1. Part 2 of the programs is NOT tied to your registration, so if you complete Part 1, but not Part 2, you will NOT have a registration hold(s) placed on your account.
Log-in to your RamWeb account from the RamWeb home page. If you have log-in problems with RamWeb, please e-mail: email@example.com
Click on Menu, Health Network, and “Complete Required Online Courses”.
On the course registration pages, you may be asked for additional information to complete the creation of your account. You will NOT need to create an additional username or password.
You may log in and out of the course at the end of each section. Section ends are marked with a button. DO NOT log out until you click the NEXT button or you will have to repeat the section you have just gone through.
To access the courses, always log back into to your RamWeb account.
Work at your own pace from any computer or tablet.
Courses will save your progress if you need to stop and return later.
Courses are best supported by the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (preferred), or Microsoft Internet Explorer 11+.
If you have any accessibility issues, please select “accessibility mode” once you are in the course.
Need more help? Contact EVERFI’s tech support using “Help” within the course or by visiting support.everfi.com
For students needing audio accommodations, closed captioning is available to turn on in the course. For students requiring visual accommodations, we have transcripts available for Sexual Assault Prevention that can be read by a wide variety of screen readers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the transcripts or for any additional assistance.
We recognize that talking about interpersonal violence can be difficult and want to acknowledge that some of you may have had personal experiences with it. If taking this module is difficult or triggering for you, please know there are resources available to support you, whether you are on campus or not. If you have concerns, please contact a confidential victim advocate to discuss resources and options. Advocates can be contacted by calling the 24-hour Victim Assistance Team at (970) 492-4242. In addition, you may also reach out through email at email@example.com.
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